On Tuesday April 13, the College of Science held its first “Tapas Talks”. Between 50 and 100 students, faculty, and other guests gathered to hear a series of 5-minute “bite-sized” research presentations by 25 College of Science faculty. The topics ranged across the disciplines in the College and included fascinating discussions of internet security, assessing seismic risk, fetal alcohol syndrome, planet formation, and many more topics. The afternoon was deemed a great success and the College will likely make this an annual event. Here are some scenes from the event.